Trex Composite Decking Reviews
Trex Company, a manufacturer of a wood-alternative decking and railing currently offers a ‘good, better, best’ decking line-up, with three distinct decking collections – Trex® Select®, Enhance® and Transcend® – that allow consumers to choose the ideal product to meet their outdoor living needs. Trex decking resists fading, staining, scratching and mold and will not rot, warp, crack or splinter. Upkeep is virtually hassle-free and requires no sanding, staining or painting. All collections are made from 95 percent recycled materials and are backed by a 25 year Fade and Stain Warranty.
Good: Trex Select is the newest line of shelled composite and railing, it brings superior durability and unparalleled aesthetics of the brand’s higher-end offerings to consumers at an affordable price. The collection is offered in five nature-inspired colors, including Madeira, Pebble Grey, Saddle, Winchester Grey and Woodland Brown. The suggested retail price of Trex Select is approximately $2.75/LF.
Better: Trex Enhance is available in three classic shades, including Clam Shell, Beach Dune and Saddle, and blends well with all Trex railing lines, allowing consumers and designers to mix-and-match to create a completely custom look. The collection is compatible with Trex Hideaway® Hidden Fasteners for perfectly consistent spacing, no visible screws and completely smooth surface underfoot. The suggested retail price of Trex Enhance decking is approximately $3/LF.
Best: Trex Transcend is the revolutionary collection that first debuted in 2010. A proprietary nine-element surface formulation that produces a natural, wood-like grain pattern with lustrous satin finish, it’s engineered with an exclusive low-sheen, high-traffic formulation. It’s offered in nine rich colors including earthy classics with deep wood grains including Vintage Lantern, Fire Pit, Tree House, Rope Swing and Gravel Path, and tropical colors featuring subtle shading, natural variations and distinctive striations of tropical hardwoods including Lava Rock, Spiced Rum, Tiki Torch and Island Mist. Transcend also meets the ASTIM E84 Class B fire-resistance rating, as required by the California State Fire Marshall. The suggested retail price of Trex Transcend classic decking is approximately $3.25/LF. The Trex Transcend tropical decking is $4/LF.
Trex deck boards are offered in 1’’ square edge boards and 1’’ grooved edge boards with 12’, 16’ and 20’ lengths, and 1’’ grooved porch floor boards with 10’, 12’ and 16’ lengths.
Other Trex products include Elevations®, RainEscape®, Transcend railing, Select railing, Fascia, Spiral Stairs™, OutdoorLighting™, Outdoor Furniture™, Pergola™ and Trim™.
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Built 20x14 deck last year and now want to add on and build a deck surrounding our new Spa. Trouble is the Maderia Trex material is not cleaning and giving up any dirt.. Followed the washing instructions and after scrubing with pole brush and power washing the dirt is embedded into the grain of the product. Simply won't wash off. Working now with Trex Retail Rep and will see how they wish to go. I can't build another deck next to this one with the same product if it doesn't hold up to care and maintenance expectations after 9 months of light use.
John C - 8/29/2017 3:37:43 AM - reply